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about 9/11/2012. >>steve: we have heard stories about how navy seals and people in benghazi were calling for help. we heard about people on the roof painting where the target was going to be. why couldn't they send an aircraft? apparently there were ready aircraft 90 minutes away. leon panetta said we did the right thing. it would have taken somewhere between 9 and 12 hours to get an armed aircraft there. here he is. >> there was no specific intelligence or indications of an imminent attack on that -- the u.s. facilities in benghazi. and, frankly, without an adequate warning, there was not enough time given the speed of the attack for armed military assets to respond. >> once an attack takes place, the biggest problem you have is getting accurate information about exactly what is taking place. >> you can't just willy-nilly send f-16's there and blow the hell out of a place without knowing what's taking place. >> buzzing over and disbursing the crowd. they could have easily done that. >>gretchen: that was one of the issues. the other big thing was what was the president's involvement in t
's going to happen. one recently talked about the navy. we're going to have less ships. they're going to move less. they're going to train less. they're going to be maintained much less. therefore, they're not going to be able to deploy to respond to threats and project power as necessary. the constitution mandates providing for national defense and our military guarantor of our freedom. if we don't maintain that, everything else goes way. at the same time every veteran understands there is fat to be cut from the defense department. let's reform it. the nature of these sequester cuts is to take a meat ax to the budget. let's reform the defense budget and look at the largest drivers of our deficit in mandate spending programs those on the left end of the spectrum don't want to cut. >>brian: they took gates cuts and are going try to up them by $500 billion. leon panetta takes over from them. has the same fear. here's what he said yesterday on "meet the press." >> we've got a plan for that possibility because there are so many members saying we're going to let it take place, but i have t
to other people. >>gretchen: other stories: the former marine accused of killing former navy seal is under watch right now. he was taken to a psychiatric hospital in september after threatening to kill himself and his family. >> he debate -- didn't talk to nobody. he would give you a dirty look all the taoeufplt one of those people you don't want to hang out with. >>gretchen: chris lived by a professional motto: it is our duty to serve those who serve us and he died honoring this creed. we're hearing from passengers in that deadly bus crash in california. the brakes went out as the bus went down a mountain road. passengers called 911. seven people died. dozens were hurt including an 11-year-old whose mother did not survive. >> we knew we were going to wake up. she asked my mom? i have to give a reason for my sister. >>gretchen: records show the bus company failed more than one-third of its federal safety inspections; some cases for brake and tire problems. >> the lead singer of a 1960's rock band the trog has passed away. ♪ wild thing ♪ you make ♪ my heart sing >>gretchen: he was fam
. >>> we have the chilling 911 audio from the moment a marine admitted to his sister that he murdered navy seal chris kyle. >> my brother came by here. i wasn't [bleep]. he told me that he's committed a murder. i'm terrified for my life. >> okay. hold on. >> because i don't know if he's going to come back here. >>gretchen: ruth has refused to meet with his attorney or family and remains under suicide watch at a texas jail. military records show he served six months in iraq in 2010 before coming home with post traumatic stress disorder. >>> we're going to talk about monopoly for a minute. one of the iconic games, tokens, getting the pwaotd pwaotd -- boot today. in danger of being voted out, the shoe, iron or wheelbarrow. one will be replaced with a toy robot, helicopter, cat or diamond ring. we will tell you which one at 8 a.m. eastern time. those are your headlines. >>brian: do you remember controversy when it came to enhanced interrogation in the bush administration? these high-value targets we picked up, when we picked up khalid sheikh mohammed and we quickly needed as much information a
becomes the highest ranking woman in the u.s. navy. so thrilled to be with you this morning on the curvy couch. each friday this month sharing the history that we all share as americans. >> gretchen: that was a great piece. we were honored to have gabby here on the curvy couch. she talked a lot about her faith, being an inspiration in her life as well. thanks for bringing that to us. >> sure. the whole time we were sitting here, we were being barked at. tell people why. >> gretchen: yes. because puppy bowl is coming up! >> i love it. >> gretchen: it's one of my favorite times of the year. >> all right. i'm glad i'm here. >> gretchen: we'll have the puppy bowl. have a great weekend. >> you, too. >> gretchen: i give god 10%. why do you get 18? hear from the pastor who left that note on her receipt and she tipped off one waitress, coming up. [ male announcer ] how do you make america's favorite recipes? just begin with america's favorite soups. bring out chicken broccoli alfredo. or best-ever meatloaf. go to campbellskitchen.com for recipes, plus a valuable coupon. campbell's. it's amazing
. former navy seal jonathan gilliam came up with this idea. he's the president and ceo of united states continued service. joining him is nanny candidate, melissa. good morning to both of you. >> thank you. >> gretchen: jonathan, i know this idea came about because of a tragic event that happened here in manhattan in new york city with a nanny. right? >> yes. my attorney and i were having lunch shortly after that event and i just mentioned in passing that so many people, they have these nannies that they don't screen or think they get screened and then tragic incidents like this happened. it just dawned on me, because our company takes veterans and we place them into the public sector, building projects. this would be a great -- it's too bad somebody hadn't done this. my attorney, robert, looks over at me and says, we have to go with this. this is something good. >> gretchen: of course, in that situation, the nanny is alleged to have killed two of the children in her care. melissa, you are an army reservist and now add to your resume list nanny candidate. why would you want to do someth
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